We're definitely not playing catch-up – CACIB's Shuster

Credit Agricole's global head of foreign exchange says investment is paying off and it plans to roll out algos in 2018

Dmitri Shuster
Dmitri Shuster: foreign exchange volumes at CACIB quadrupled between 2014 and 2016

Dmitri Shuster is definitely not playing catch-up. The global head of foreign exchange at Credit Agricole CIB (CACIB) has been at the helm of the bank’s currency business since April 2014, adding FX to his professional bow, having been the head of interest rate derivatives trading for the Americas in New York before stepping into the role.

In the three years since, the French bank’s FX business has been thriving. While 10 years ago, CACIB was not known as a large FX player, it had a reputation

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